Nearly all business owners face disputes at one point or another. The disputes may involve breach of contract allegations, disagreements with business partners, problems with vendors or suppliers, or issues with employees, to name a few.
In a past post, we discussed how it is sometimes possible to ask another business not to compete with a business-to-business non-compete agreement. These agreements are especially common in two scenarios:
Generally when we think about non-compete agreements, we think of contracts that companies have employees sign, promising that the employee won't steal confidential information or directly compete with the company for a certain length of time after leaving.